It's not every night you get to experience a traditional Nova Scotia Kitchen Party with a gourmet menu, cocktails with blue noses on them, fiddle music and square dancing under a tent on the Charles River with a sunset viewof the Boston skyline.
In attendance was former New Brunswick premier David Alward, recently appointed Canada's Consul General in Boston.
Catered by Wolfgang Puck, this deluxe New England clambake included Canadian curried mussels, sweet roasted corn on the cob, shrimp with kale salad, lemon herb marinated grilled chicken, garlic marinated NY steak and Old Fish Factory seafood chowder. Something to satisfy everyone and with a dessert table to sweeten all.
As the sun began to set, the music got louder and faster, with guests filling up the dance floor. As I tapped my foot along to the beat (if you follow me on snapchat, you might have seen some behind the scenes) I was taken back to my incredible experience in Nova Scotia, where the grass was literally greener and my glass was always full.
Thank you Tourism Nova Scotia and Destination Canada for bringing Nova Scotia to Boston and for allowing me to share a piece of your beautiful province. Check out my top 10 things to do in Nova Scotia, and if you're looking for any more tips in planning your next Canadian adventure, check out LookUp.Ca !